A potential international support system for Education for

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A potential international support system for Education for Sustainable Development www. sustain. no

A potential international support system for Education for Sustainable Development www. sustain. no

Meet Otto a cod, in the North Sea www. sustain. no v Environmental challenges

Meet Otto a cod, in the North Sea www. sustain. no v Environmental challenges for Otto first weeks: § § § Born with toxic chemicals Feeds on microlayer, highly contaminated UV-radiation affects his growth Nutrients produces toxic algae's, reduces his food Climate changes his feeding areas v After some months: § § § Very difficult to get away from the industrial fleet Moves coast outside Africa Meets Helen, just to become father – no success Caught by the EU fleet Sold as ecological sound product due to new fishing gears

www. sustain. no Lessons learned in Norway v Pupils experience that they are able

www. sustain. no Lessons learned in Norway v Pupils experience that they are able to contribute something useful to society. They do “real work” and produce high-quality results. v Impressive concrete results can be achieved when many schools join together v Better learning and working environment when the school leadership, maintenance people, teachers and pupils co-operate.

www. sustain. no Lessons learned in Norway v The Network gives legitimacy to interdisciplinary,

www. sustain. no Lessons learned in Norway v The Network gives legitimacy to interdisciplinary, actionoriented teaching methods. Teachers and schools receive the support they need for these learning approaches. v Co-operation with “heavy” ministries and research/scientific institutions lends credibility to the school’s work. v The network creates win-win situations between the schools and other parts of the society

www. sustain. no Utilise the learning

www. sustain. no Utilise the learning

First prototype of an international edition developed www. sustain. no

First prototype of an international edition developed www. sustain. no